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End Systems Limited Nominated in 4 Categories at the 2018 CSA Awards

Following on from our success at the 2017 Commissioning Specialist Association awards we are pleased to announce we are finalists in the 2018 awards! The event takes place on the 14th June at The Mermaid in London and we are nominated in four categories:

• Stuart Kelly – Commissioning Management Award
• Jack Nixon – Student of the Year
• Chris Thomason – Engineer of the Year
• Worcester Hospital – Project of the Year

Good luck to everybody nominated from across the UK commissioning industry and we look forward to a great evening once again.

End Systems Limited Receive the ‘Gold Award Standard for Contribution to SHE Improvement’ from AstraZeneca

We are delighted to have been awarded the ‘Gold Award Standard’ from AstraZeneca in recognition of our contribution to SHE improvement throughout 2017!

Health and Safety is of paramount importance to End Systems Limited and this award is the result of a collaborative achievement throughout the business, headed up by our H&S Officer, Alan Garratt.

We are pleased our Health and Safety standards have been recognised not only at the award ceremony but also through our Safe Contractor Accreditation.

End Systems Limited Secures work with TClarke at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

End Systems Limited are preparing to start work at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) redevelopment at their Stanmore site for TClarke. The new inpatient facility will provide 91 beds with 50% being single rooms to enhance patient privacy and reduce infection.

RNOH is an excellent scheme to add to our portfolio as we steadily increase the number of large scale projects we are procuring whilst also growing our presence in the healthcare sector.

Due to the increase of larger projects we now employ over 40 Commissioning Staff consisting of Commissioning Managers, Engineers and Assistants. Our nationally deployed team services all areas of the UK including London where the RNOH redevelopment is situated.

Our Commissioning Site Supervisor, Daryl Hughes, will adopt the experience and lessons learned on recent major hospital projects to deliver a scope of works including commissioning and testing of mechanical systems including isolation room ventilation, water treatment services including post flushing sampling up to practical completion in accordance with BSRIA BG29:2012 table 11 and DOP testing of HEPA filters.

A well earned Retirement…

As we approach the end of 2017 we have a major announcement to share! After starting the business nearly 42 Years ago and having been in the industry 68 Years, Brian Townsend, our Managing Director, has chosen to retire at Christmas joining his wife Audrey for a well-earned retirement. We are sure you will join us in wishing them both a happy and fulfilled retirement.

It will be Business as usual in 2018 and we are pleased to announce Kay Corlett, current Financial Director, will be taking on the role of Managing Director.

Supported by the existing Management Team, with a wealth of experience, & an excellent core staff, End Systems will continue to thrive with the qualities ingrained by Brian. Having just completed one of our most successful Financial Year’s, Brian leaves End Systems on an all-time high.

Finally, we would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

End Systems Limited Secures Work at Farringdon Station with NG Bailey

Earlier in the year we were delighted to be awarded the contract to carry out a range of Commissioning activities at Farringdon Station in London for NG Bailey.

Farringdon Station will become the only station to link all three rail networks: Thameslink, Crossrail and the London Underground. As part of the redevelopment of this important Crossrail station, two new tickets offices are being built to provide step free access to the new platforms, 25m below street level.

End Systems Limited are always keen to work on a wide variety of projects and we are excited to work on complex and challenging schemes like Farringdon.

We are pleased to continue our relationship with NG Bailey and to add another significant project to our portfolio, which has allowed us to employ additional engineers and apprentices to our ever-growing commissioning team.